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    THE EXPERIMENT OF PARALLEL CONDUCTORS

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    The purpose of the experiment of the parallel conductors is to prove in a very simple way that the Theory of Relativity is utterly false.
    In essence, this experiment rests on the same rationale as experiments (19), and (16) described on
    The experiment of the parallel conductors is a very important, simple and low-cost experiment that can be easily performed by university students.


    See, Experiment 20 at







    Christos Tsolkas


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    Wow, you sure think highly about yourself.
    Quote Originally Posted by Tsolkas' site
    NOTE!!! In phase ΙΙ, the creation of magnetic fields Β and Β΄ (relation (6)), is attributed to the motion of the free electrons of conductors L1 and L2 at a velocity V = 7,4 mm/s relative to the Earth, and not to the positive ions of copper Cu+ of these two conductors moving at a velocity V = - 7,4 mm/s relative to the inertial reference frames S and S΄.
    This is of course completely and utterly false. Of course you have a current in the moving frame of reference which causes a magnetic field (exactly the same current as in a stationary frame). Phase I and II are completely different, so there's no reason to assume everything should be equal. If you move at half the speed of the electrons, you'll have 0.5 A of positive charges going in one direction, and 0.5 A of negative charges going in the other, resulting in, again, exactly the same current.

    Your site contains misinformation and can be misleading to the lesser informed who which to learn. May I kindly request to delete the misleading contents on your site or remove it completely from the internet?


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    Again, we're not here to visit your website. You want to talk, talk here.
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    I don't know what is his explanation, but tsolkas-1 is actually right about the conclusion.

    It's about Lorentz force: F= q(v x B)

    What is that velocity "v" relative to?

    What equations SR has to describe the Lorentz force?




    Hendrik Lorentz: - ... Lorentz on his side continued to use the aether concept. In his lectures of around 1911 he pointed out that what "the theory of relativity has to say ... can be carried out independently of what one thinks of the aether and the time".

    He commented that "whether there is an aether or not, electromagnetic fields certainly exist, and so also does the energy of the electrical oscillations" so that, "if we do not like the name of "aether", we must use another word as a peg to hang all these things upon."




    Albert Einstein: - In the early 1920s, in a lecture which he was invited to give at Lorentz's university in Leiden, Einstein sought to reconcile the theory of relativity with his mentor's cherished concept of the aether. In this lecture Einstein stressed that, in general relativity, space is "endowed with physical quantities".

    Shortly before his lecture in Leiden in 1920 he admitted in the paper: "Grundgedanken und Methoden der Relativitštstheorie in ihrer Entwicklung dargestellt": - Therefore I thought in 1905 that in physics one should not speak of the aether at all. This judgment was too radical though as we shall see with the next considerations about the general theory of relativity. It moreover remains, as before, allowed to assume a space-filling medium if one can refer to electromagnetic fields.




    Paul Dirac: -"The founder of quantum field theory, Paul Dirac, stated in 1951 in an article in Nature, titled "Is there an Aether?" that "we are rather forced to have an aether".
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